Now, the company has set its sights on Gielinor's world as well as OSRS Gold with plans to launch both a board game and the core book for tabletop RPGs this year. The two RPG adaptations will feature many of RuneScape's most popular characters and places, allowing groups of up to five players to compete against classic quests taken from RuneScape in addition to bringing the adventures in the world of Gielinor home.
Players are able to create and upgrade their equipment, interact with NPCs as well as take on numerous side quests that are influenced by the classic MMORPG. The board game will launch by way of a Kickstarter campaign later this year. The tabletop RPG book is scheduled to launch in stores directly.
The essential book for tabletop RPGs will also be compatible with tabletop RPGs of massive size Dungeons and Dragons Fifth Edition book, allowing dungeon masters to seamlessly integrate elements from RuneScape into their games.
Jagex joined forces with the creator of the popular Old School RuneScape mod RuneLite HD to make the HD version available for all players. Steamforged's next board game is expected to allow the avid fans of RuneScape another chance to experience this world Gielinor and design their own adventures.
Jagex the CEO Phil Mansell was optimistic about the project and expressed his enthusiasm over the Kickstarter program "involving those from RuneScape and RuneScape communities" in addition, Steamforged CCO Matt Hart believed the "rich RuneScape universe is going to translate beautifully" into a tabletop setting.
RuneScape has grown significantly from its web-based predecessors in recent times, with Steamforged's boardgame being the latest offering from Jagex. In an interview, numerous Jagex employees discussed the process of transforming the cheapest Runescape gold mobile version into an all-platform release last September.